Country’s public prosecutor dropped all charges against cartoonist Ramon Esono Ebale and demanded his release
Equatorial Guinea articles on Democracy Chronicles
This Equatorial Guinea section has news about the struggle for democracy in the small oil-rich nation with vast poverty. Decades of mismanagement have exacerbated internal divisions under the dictatorship of Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo who ruled the nation since 1979. Also see our articles on the African continent.
The main opposition party in Equatorial Guinea has been dissolved by a court that also jailed 21 of its activists
Equatorial Guinea’s President Teodoro Obiang Nguema has reappointed his prime minister after dissolving the government last week.
An opposition activist died in prison after being tortured in Equatorial Guinea, the country’s main opposition party
Equatorial Guinea is ruled by Africa’s longest-serving president, Teodoro Obiang Nguema, who took power by overthrowing his
The president of Equatorial Guinea said a war is being organised against his regime, days after a
Gambia used a court order to seize assets belonging to exiled former President Yahya Jammeh
Wikileaks cables provide a peek into the American view of Equatorial Guinea’s government in recent years: of the terrible corruption, unseemly ruling family, and general embarrassment to know.
Accusations of cannibalism are the latest in a series of atrocities by the brutal Equatorial Guinea dictatorship
As election farce begins, democracy’s absence revealed in Equatorial Guinea dictatorship hold